Help Us!

The Neighbourhood Forum is being run by volunteers living in the area.

Making a Plan is complicated and requires a good deal of professional input. In addition to this, we have already built a website, held a number of public meetings and circulated thousands of leaflets to go around the area. All of this has been supported by a grant from Locality, an organisation set up by the government specially for the purpose. This money is now spent.

Next year we are likely to need at least £6,000 more to do the following:

  •  Hold public meetings
  •  Consult our plans across the whole area
  •  Negotiate with the City Council
  • Take further technical advice
  • Write one further copy and print

To do this, we will require support from the residents of Summertown and St Margaret’s. If you, like us, think that this is an important activity to retain the character of the area, please consider supporting our work. While we value help of all sorts, we really need donations.

If you’d like to support our work with a donation you can donate through any of the methods listed below:

Online donations and standing orders

Please use the following bank details for standing orders and one-off bank transfers:

Bank: Barclays

Branch: Cornmarket

Account name: Summertown St Margaret’s Neighbourhood Forum

Bank sort code: 20-01-09

Account number: 43767140

Donation by Cheque

Please make cheques payable to ‘Summertown St Margaret’s Neighbourhood Forum’ and post to:

The Treasurer

36 Salisbury Crescent



Credit card or debit card payments or PayPal

To make a donation via your debit or credit card please use the ‘Donate’ button below. You can Donate quickly through your PayPal account or use your credit or bank card if you do not have a PayPal account:

For standing orders, one-off bank transfers and cheques: please email us your name and contact details via the Contact Us page if you would like to receive an email acknowledgement of your donation.

For any queries regarding your donation please Contact Us.

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